Thank you Richard L - Re: OR -Icetrekkers Diamond Grips - Richard Lyon
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- Hi Richard,
Sorry to take so long to get to your OR. Free time is scarce these days. It was cool to see Babar in the OR, give him a pat for me.
I only find a couple edits for you. Once corrected you may place it at:
Reviews > Snow Gear > Traction Aids > ICEtrekker Diamond Grips
Have a great day,
***Overall at least two hundred miles' (320 km) use this winter - a good start.
EDIT: there is an extra space after "Overall"
I haven't used other cleats enough recently to comment on performance of the diamond-bead tread versus other shapes of grips, but as noted they haved worked
EDIT: they "have" worked
- Thanks Ray - revised and uploaded, and Tests/OR folder copy deleted. One of these days I'll figure out how to avoid simple typos when using Kompozer.
--- In BackpackGearTest@yahoogroups.com, "Ray" <rayestrella@...> wrote:
> Hi Richard,
> Sorry to take so long to get to your OR. Free time is scarce these days. It was cool to see Babar in the OR, give him a pat for me.
> I only find a couple edits for you. Once corrected you may place it at:
> Reviews > Snow Gear > Traction Aids > ICEtrekker Diamond Grips
> Have a great day,
> ***Overall at least two hundred miles' (320 km) use this winter - a good start.
> EDIT: there is an extra space after "Overall"
> I haven't used other cleats enough recently to comment on performance of the diamond-bead tread versus other shapes of grips, but as noted they haved worked
> EDIT: they "have" worked